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“It’s fascism Jim, more or less as we know it.”

05 Jul

A large element of fascism is leaders not respecting or even caring about the will of the people, as is the case with the EU. There are COUNTLESS examples, the most blatant of which are the obligation to keep voting FOR various treaties till you get it right and the undemocratic dumping of “leaders” onto countries.

Then there is TREATY-CREEP – EACH ONE giving more power to Brussels WITHOUT the people’s accord. (Our own governments are in cahoots, Brussels being a great place for failed politicians to make millions as part of the cronyist musical-chairs merry-go-round.

Why are we “eurosceptics” so angry?

A) Before the euro, Papademos was Governor of the Bank of Greece charged with preparing Greece’s entry into the EU. There were strict criteria set down for countries wishing to enter, as economists KNEW that otherwise it couldn’t work. Actually, ALL REPUTABLE ECONOMISTS said anyway that it couldn’t work, but the EU and especially the then French and German leaders went away anyway, recklessly gambling with our money.

B) The financial stats Greece supplied were LIES. Ergo, Papadmos is a LIAR. Nonetheless, Greece was allowed in anyway. Actually, everyone KNEW it was all lies. They did not care.

C) Ten years or so later, the democratically-elected leader of Greece proposed a referendum in his country about euro membership. He was immediately forced to resign by the EU, France and Germany and the liar Papademos was dumped on Greece like some Nazi Gauleiter.This ALONE SHOULD result in the trial and imprisonment of all concerned for international gangsterism.  However, Papademos is of course an EU ECB-cum-Goldman-Sachs crony, so of course very PC.

They are undemocratic zealots. And THERE IS NO NEED FOR A USE. Canada, Switzerland, Norway, Singapore et all are ALL perfectly happy as they are. I do NOT want to be ruled by a German-dominated government from Brussels.

Oh, and clock this from Jean Monnet, who of course is a HERO for the Brussels zealots:

“Jean Monet, the founding father of the European Union, had a very particular vision of Europe’s future back in 1952, and he expressed it in a letter to a colleague on 30th April that year: “Europe’s nations should be guided towards the superstate without their people understanding what is happening. This can be accomplished by successive steps, each disguised as having an economic purpose, but which will eventually and irreversibly lead to federation.”

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Posted by on July 5, 2012 in European Union

 

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